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Dr Disrespect Calls Out Call of Duty Developers Over the 'State of Warzone'

Dr Disrespect is definitely not satisfied with the state of Call of Duty: Warzone if his recent stream is anything to go on.
Dr Disrespect is definitely not satisfied with the state of Call of Duty: Warzone if his recent stream is anything to go on. / Dr Disrespect

Dr Disrespect is definitely not satisfied with the state of Call of Duty: Warzone if his recent stream is anything to go on.

In a recent stream with Zlaner, Dr Disrespect (Doc) attempted to undertake an "Extreme Warzone Challenge" only to suffer a handful of developer errors—including two crashes. Toward the end of the stream, thoroughly fed up with the number of bugs, unsightly features, and difficulties even starting the game up, he decided to address the developers directly.

The six-hour livestream is currently unlisted on his YouTube channel but is still available to view for those interested in seeing the entire situation play out.

Dr Disrespect Calls Out Call of Duty Developers

Doc recorded a brief video message to Activision, directly, stating in no uncertain terms that the developers need to get their house in order:

"Activision, how ya doin'? Two-Time back-to-back, here. We've got a problem. I'm live inside of my own arena in front of millions of people watching, right now." He turned the camera to face his computer screen, displaying a developer error notification, "That's a dev error. Second time my f****** game's crashed. Today. I also can't launch my game from the launcher. Also, we've got this s*** character, Krampus, inside of the game that's been there for weeks that nobody wants...Let's wake the f*** up."

He compared the game to H1Z1—the notorious battle royale game that allegedly suffered a similar "death spiral."

"When you're not dying to stuff that is intentionally in the game that nobody likes, you're dying to things that are unintentionally in the game that people also dislike," Zlaner pointed out, "Like all the f****** bugs... It's just crazy, man."

In the end, Zlaner agreed to another session with Doc as long as they played "anything but Warzone" and Doc gave up, electing to try and play PUBG, instead.